St Michaels Kingstone is a charming Parish Church in a rural setting.
Its origins date from the 11th Century parts of which are still contained in the church. The Font is 13th century and the one piece dugout chest is possibly unique.
Recently reordered, half the church is now a thriving café area with an access ramp newly installed together with an access toilet (the best in Herefordshire) and a convenient kitchenette.
At present the church is not open all the time and access can be gained by phoning the incumbent or verger. phone numbers on notice board at the church.